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Big Agnes - Big House 6 (Fall 2013)
Quick OverviewSpacious 6-person tent with plenty of headroom.
The Big House 6 features plenty of space for 6-people. It is very easy to setup and gives you over 6 feet of headroom at it's peak. Whether you are trying to keep your loved ones in or the elements out, Big House tents are big enough for rainy afternoon card games with the family or road trippin' mountain bikers who like to be able to stand up in their shelter to change. To up the ante Big Agnes added two built-in storage shelves for 2013; just the right size for that bottle of wine or your backcountry boom box.
The optional vestibules are sold separately and come with 7 superlight aluminum stakes. Vestibule adds 44 sq ft of covered space.
Manufacturer Big Agnes Weight 13 lbs. 11 oz. Color Yellow / Red Size One Size Made in China Tent Sleeps 4 - 6 Person Area 90 sq. ft. Tent Type Double Wall Free Standing Yes Vestibule Size N/A Length 122 in. Width 96 in. Height 115 - 96 in. Tent Pole Type Lightweight aluminum poles Number of Tent Poles 3 Stuff Size 4 x 14 x 26 in. Material Body: Polyester Ripstop with 1500mm Polyurethane coating and mesh / Fly: Ripstop Polyester with 1500mm polyurethane coating Other Features One large door with two closure options--mesh or complete closure
Fly walls can be rolled up to expose mesh walls for increased ventilation and visibility
Welcome mat on front door
Color coded webbing and buckles
Two built-in storage shelves
All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVCor VOCs) Lightweight aluminum pole system with press fit connectors
Plastic clips and sleeve attach tent body to pole frame.
14 lightweight aluminum hook stakes come with the tent
Six interior mesh pockets
Gear loft loops included
Fits Trapezoid gear loft sold separately
Briefcase style carry bag with shoulder straps and organizational pockets.
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